RBI Grade B 2019 Phase II exam was conducted yesterday. Paper was conducted in two shifts, shift 1 was conducted in the morning i.e. from 9 AM to 12 PM, ESI and English part both of 100 marks each were conducted in Shift 1. FM paper was conducted in the afternoon shift i.e. from 2:30 – 4:00 PM. Below is the analysis of the paper:
Key Takeaways from Yesterday’s Paper
- No Numerical were asked in the Finance section.
- In the Management section, questions were asked of theories in Communication, Motivation, Leadership.
- Questions were also asked from Corporate Governance, Management and Manager’s role.
- Questions were asked in the Budget deficits.
- Schemes and Current Affairs were a major part of ESI 2 marker section.
- Budgetary Allocation questions were not asked this time.
- Both new and Old schemes were asked.
Topics from which Questions were asked in ESI:
- Nirmaya Scheme for PwDs
- Goal Scheme of Tribal Ministry
- Skill Development
- Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
- Industry 4.0
- Jal Shakti Mission
- GDP estimation by UNCTAD.
- External Benchmarks Financial Benchmarks India Pvt Ltd.
- Mudra Yojana
Topics from which Questions were asked in FM:
- Primary Market
- Serial Bond
- Corporate Governance
- Basel Norms
- Fiscal Policy
- Commercial Paper and T-Bills
- Bank Board Bureau
- Fit and Proper Criteria
- Tools of Debt Financing
- Role of Manager
- Management By Objective (MBO)
- Mintzberg theory
- LMX theory
- Career Progression
- Advantages of Written Communication
- Advantages of Oral Communication
- Stakeholders of Corporate Governance
- Models of Relationship
- Alderfer’s ERD Theory
English Section comprised of three sections Essay, Comprehension and Precis:
Topics of Essays were
Higher education problems
Value of Vote in Democracy
How the banks can outsource loan collection
Stress in Youths and Measures to reduce it
It was on Capital Account Convertibility. Candidates had to write the Precis in 120 words.
Comprehension was on IMF and its functions and Five Questions were asked.
|ESI||70 – 75 marks|
|FM||75 – 85 marks|
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